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Michael Christopher Cunningham

Michael Christopher Cunningham

Michael Christopher Cunningham is a dedicated criminal lawyer based in Brookville. Focusing on criminal law, Michael Christopher provides you with a strategic and vigorous criminal defense.

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Michael Christopher Cunningham

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814 Main St, Brookville, Indiana

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Mike Cunningham focuses his practice on criminal defense, expungements, and specialized driving privileges for clients located primarily in the southeast Indiana area. He is admitted to practice law in all of Indiana’s 92 counties as well as Indiana’s Federal District Courts

Regardless of the accusations and criminal charges a person faces, Mike firmly believes that everyone is presumed innocent unless proven guilty, and that they are entitled to a strong defense.

With a diligent work-ethic, attention to detail, exceptional research and writing skills, and passionate advocacy in the courtroom, Mike strives to put clients at ease by protecting their rights, listening to them, and helping them achieve their goals. Whether it’s fighting your case at trial and telling your side of the story, or minimizing your exposure through negotiations and leveraging the best deal for you, Mike will work to put you in control of your case.

Mike graduated from Purdue University in 2012 with a degree in History, Communication, and Law & Society, and he was the president of two student organizations during his time there. Following his undergraduate education, Mike worked full-time at the Indiana Statehouse in the Legislative and Executive branches, focusing on legislative and policy issues impacting Indiana.

While working at the statehouse, Mike also attended the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in the evenings. While in law school, Mike focused his legal training on criminal law by participating in the law schools’ criminal defense clinic and trial team, as well as working for the State Public Defender’s office and the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office. Mike received his law degree in 2017 with graduate certificates in Criminal Law and Advocacy Skills.

Mike was admitted to practice law in Indiana in May of 2018, and works for the law firm of Mullin, McMillin & McMillin, LLP in Brookville, Indiana. As a practicing attorney, Mike has already argued countless suppression hearings, fact-finding hearings, and various other court and evidentiary hearings; and he has earned dismissals through negotiations and suppressions. Mike has quickly earned trial experience by taking his clients case to bench and jury trials. In September of 2019, as co-counsel, Mike earned twelve (12) not guilty verdicts in 40 minutes on a very serious pastor-sex offense case. (See: https://www.wishtv.com/news/jury-deliberated-for-40-minutes-before-acquitting-pastor-in-molestation-case/).

When the government charges a person with a crime, the constitution affords them many rights that are designed to protect their lives, liberty, and property. That’s why it’s important to get an attorney, like Mike, on your team who can help you take control of your case and assist you in effectively exercising your rights. Call Mike at 812-221-1011 today!

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Practice areas

  • Assault
  • Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Assault
  • Impaired/DUI
  • Drugs
  • Fraud
  • Shoplifting
  • Theft

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About me

Mike Cunningham focuses his practice on criminal defense, expungements, and specialized driving privileges for clients located primarily in the southeast Indiana area. He is admitted to practice law in all of Indiana’s 92 counties as well as Indiana’s Federal District Courts

Regardless of the accusations and criminal charges a person faces, Mike firmly believes that everyone is presumed innocent unless proven guilty, and that they are entitled to a strong defense.

With a diligent work-ethic, attention to detail, exceptional research and writing skills, and passionate advocacy in the courtroom, Mike strives to put clients at ease by protecting their rights, listening to them, and helping them achieve their goals. Whether it’s fighting your case at trial and telling your side of the story, or minimizing your exposure through negotiations and leveraging the best deal for you, Mike will work to put you in control of your case.

Mike graduated from Purdue University in 2012 with a degree in History, Communication, and Law & Society, and he was the president of two student organizations during his time there. Following his undergraduate education, Mike worked full-time at the Indiana Statehouse in the Legislative and Executive branches, focusing on legislative and policy issues impacting Indiana.

While working at the statehouse, Mike also attended the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in the evenings. While in law school, Mike focused his legal training on criminal law by participating in the law schools’ criminal defense clinic and trial team, as well as working for the State Public Defender’s office and the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office. Mike received his law degree in 2017 with graduate certificates in Criminal Law and Advocacy Skills.

Mike was admitted to practice law in Indiana in May of 2018, and works for the law firm of Mullin, McMillin & McMillin, LLP in Brookville, Indiana. As a practicing attorney, Mike has already argued countless suppression hearings, fact-finding hearings, and various other court and evidentiary hearings; and he has earned dismissals through negotiations and suppressions. Mike has quickly earned trial experience by taking his clients case to bench and jury trials. In September of 2019, as co-counsel, Mike earned twelve (12) not guilty verdicts in 40 minutes on a very serious pastor-sex offense case. (See: https://www.wishtv.com/news/jury-deliberated-for-40-minutes-before-acquitting-pastor-in-molestation-case/).

When the government charges a person with a crime, the constitution affords them many rights that are designed to protect their lives, liberty, and property. That’s why it’s important to get an attorney, like Mike, on your team who can help you take control of your case and assist you in effectively exercising your rights. Call Mike at 812-221-1011 today!

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